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add: I assume (guess) the system is having a hissy over "legacy" content. Do I need to remove and replace all of this?
The meta had to be reset and republished, even though it had displayed in the preview before (but refused to display). Changing the field re-engaged the publish feature and there was success. Weird.
Thank you. I found the problem to be that while I had checked Breadcrumbs on Posts I did not have Breadcrumbs on Single posts. (This problem occurred, I believe, with the transition to Genesis Blocks, which saw several other issues.)
This did not resolve:
My meta data after the post/page is not displaying, as noted above. It displays in the customizer preview properly, but nothing but a blank space displays in the published version (checking on several browsers).
This too is a new issue and it worked previous to the blocks update. I see the code in the customizer (meta after entry) but it does not match the preview version, and none of it actually appears on the site. Would appreciate help with this (or should I start a new topic?).
Found it (duh)
Theme settings > Singular content
Thanks, Victor, that did the trick. I changed the font URL to https and am back in business.
Thanks, Porter, that did the trick.
Appreciate the explanation as well. Terrific.
Thanks, Porter. Unfortunately, that didn't do anything.
Please note that only the top widget title in the primary sidebar has this issue. The others are all white.
Can I get some help with this, please.
Texas texting shootout ready to resume
yes, that one.
It is the headline:
Texas texting shootout to continue
which Firebug says is an h2 in div id "featured-post-3"
I need to increase the size of the headline in this instance only (not all h2s)
thanks, Tom, that did the trick.
A little help, please
Wish they would remove the third-party themes from the general Shop for Themes (default) page. Some of them are kinda junky/outdated and you can't send clients there without explaining the difference between SP and freelance themes.
Thanks -- removing the line didn't help, as I tried that before.
did the trick.
Mealtog: Not sure if you were asking me, but I would not attribute a drastic fall in traffic or SERP placements to changing WP themes.
Redesigns do shuffle the deck, we all know that. Any changes of note can and do affect specific SERP placements, but a fall in traffic of say 50 percent would not be attributable to a theme change unless it was botched (as in all title tags wiped out, permalink changes without 301s, or not turning off the privacy setting.)
The Panda fallout is significant and well documented. Unfortunately, Google has no problem with nuking non-brand name sites of quality -- it's just collateral damage to them. The SEO community seems to agree they screwed up this time.
But like I said, if there is a link between Metro (or G2) and traffic loss, I'd be delighted to change themes and get back the traffic. Just seems unlikely.
David: How true. What is the "uber kill safari cache” command?
Having the same issue. Anyone have a fix?
Rooster, I think quite a few of us are wondering where the new SP themes are. Why this would be an inappropriate topic for "General Discussion" on a Studio Press forum is beyond me.
I've also experienced a significant drop in traffic upon converting a site to Metro, but I doubt it has anything to do with the theme or Genesis 2.
Google has gone pretty whack in recent months, and good sites are getting creamed by its Panda crackdown. If there is some kind of Metro theme link to traffic loss, I'd love to hear about it. If changing themes would bring back my traffic, I'd be deliriously happy. But seems unlikely.
"those ones are already Genesis 2.0 ready and will probably be released at the maddeningly slow rate of 1 a week or so …"
What will the rate of release of new themes be? In serious need of new blood here.